Sometimes a hemangioma is present at birth. More frequently, however, it does not appear on the infant’s body until he or she is a few months old. The main symptom of hemangiomas is rapid growth. The mark becomes a deep red, sponge-like mass. As it grows, the mass protrudes from the skin and may be unusual in shape.
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